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r THE CHICAGO EAGLE, RR0PR8SI0NAL CARDS. MUNICIPAL NEWS Some Items of Interest From the Public Offices About Occur rences of the Week. Jn. Hamilton Lewis t'.: 9k W. ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR F ' J I f sr K '. y. K 1 ! ' I $lfc f r ?;uagssaPW"FH WV W''Pe '' t VggggggLH iWKf '' .aBBBBaKlaaRRaKcigifaRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRT ww - '.v kkWkWBMkkkkkH gTWw&wp'BaRaKf WKomW&timtiM wJwJmmikmmmmmmmmmmmmm K-iV- V V U. "" faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaR TlaTSBElt',fYfV't Vw' kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkHkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkl HLW'iR' ' U:r -'RaaaaaaaaaaaaV-BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl 'fflssRtf'Vi'r Z-SiimmmmmmmW;-kkkkkkkkkH aBKyiA J'v "v kmmmmwW:.'immmmmmmmmmmmmm MrUyiF X'44&JiriAkBtftfiilh1kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkH y''2dHkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkH 'ittikkkkkkHBikwBkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkBI ubbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbir MERRITT W. Highly Respected Judge V Professional Cards John L Owens Attarnty and ceunseltr at Law CNICAM Tsahin Matin IO) Cyril R. JmnduB LAWYm Taleaaeae Raatfeleb aaay. Ben). F. Richolson ATTORNEY AT LAW llrati Ckkag IMI-S Rector RuUdtag Law. Offloat Holland A. Elliott jeiei p. Menuuiai WM. ANMM tLLMTT ' I Ml Rftni Rulte OHICAQ mmum nk aavass fkv Lav Mma ftttfe 4ttosdA numioNi cwrntAL $. Lb. Oondtt ATTORNEY and ttUNiCLOR at LAW 7 Tifarbara at PINCKNEV. of the Circuit Court. Mason & Maaoa MtmiyntLn Ml La Salle St G. E. CRUIKSHANK Attorney at Law sutss, 12 u sun stmt IMKAH TILIPHOII II7S MAIN JtttN P. DUtOORH JtHN M. PSUOCK L.AW OPFIOBR McGOORTY 4 POLLOCK RRAPRK BLOCK N. B. Ccrnsr Wuhwitta sr4 Clark StrMts CHICAQO limwrnrnt TatoRhMia HMei IPM CHARLES WERNO. jmtrity at i.iw uttarw tiaaitfU '.Cw. IHti ULfjiiB a taaauaua taa IATUW RMWItllMTNtTIl Cemmerclal Natrtnal lank lltff. Goodrich, Vincent & Bradley Uwytri Ttte Rookry, Ohl WUlUa A. fttif a. Bra4ir m lit Lowes I Ruimit intawriATUw mim 111 AAHLAN MLOK JHIOAOO S. C. HERREN ATTORNEY.AT.LAW U Fleer, AsUaaJBIeek CHICAGO central us Jillii Fi SoMuki ATTORNEY. AT. LAW 120 1 ham Stmt LOUIS LEVY Attar Ny at Uw TKLKPHONC RANDOLPH IttS IRWIN R. HAZEN Attorney at law OR Tltlaani Trust BulMInf CHICAQO ROBERT R. 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O'CONNER. Able and Popular Lawyer and State Senator. W PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ANDREW J. RYAN Attomy Couiicltr at Law Salt 7i.saai Pint Natleaal Baak lall m. TUtekeee Kaadelh IMS STULMAN I. JAMESON Atttmty ti Coiawdor at Law room am imm BLOCK I PJPapaWvaWav jpBRjjfjajagR) IrirW uhb a IMKEIY IMNIT CHIT wwktWi LaURTUI IWJVHONe RANDOLPH U49 fleo. M. Weichelt ATTORNBY AT LAW Suite 506 Ashland Block CHICAGO HENRY UTMTEL Attafiay imI CHnsilir it Law gm m. fc j fffiraa MAm WW WWWaaRJPfl VI ffRRWIif IRfji CWCAM latvMFaaJ ? iwvi TELEP NE CENTRAL "liny B. Smith Attorney at Law MR ataaytwaa) as. Mfcrqua e Buildtn 104 DarL rn Strnet chic :o PROFESSIONAL CARDS. okpo a. OMtv. at atiTtM Crafts & Stevens. Attonaja u4 Ciiniltn it Law. HfJJRRrtfAvf V I Wf WW 9 9m w9M wlw TOOK EXCHANGE 1LDO. Takwfeeae Mela if a. Clyde A. Morrison LAWYER Pkeae Ceatral 164 l(MI Pint National Baak SUf. CHICAQO Girard A. Ellington LAWYER aaaaaaaaRaaaaaaai lMlHsRMJlRMtfsactBMf. CHICAGO TeUakeae 2S10 Raaelalyli John 0. Hraby, Jr. LAWYER 1S22 Wast litk Stars CHICAGO TeUakeae Caaal704 ARTHUR W. FULTON Lawyer IK)3 ASHLAND BLOCK Residence 3343 Monroe Street CHICAGO TeJealiene: Office, Central 4368 Residence, Kedzle 6480 muaapvaUM JSNBiSUM SLACK A SLACK Attimm yri Ciuiulin a In ASHLAND ctiiCAaa, - . If only for sentimental reasons the old Chicago avenue water tower, a relic of times "Just after the fire," will remain standing, If tho plana of tlio city water department to spend $20,000 on Improving It are adopted. This objection was reached after a committee, headed by Aid. Wilson, Its chairman nnd City Engineer Eric son, visited the Rogers Park, Spring field avenue, Lake View nnd Chicago nvctiue pumping stations, to Investi gate conditions with a view to avert ing the nnnunl water famine. "(Jo West" will bD the slogan of tho West Sixty-third Street Associa tion, organized Monday by u number of property owners and business men at the Midday Club. Tho object of tho association Is to tell tho world nnd Chlcngo In particular, of tho giowth of tho West Sixty-third street industrial section and the opportuni ties thcro for business men, work men, and homeseekers, "Sixty third street Is destined to bo one of tho b'lblcst Industrial nnd bus iness thoroughfares in the city," said Secretary Hovt King. "It is already a busy street and ono of the princi pal urteilcit of commerce on tho South Side. It runs from Jackson Park to the diainage canal, and pass es through m my business centers, Including WooJlawn, Englowood, Chi cago I.nwn, Clearing, nnd Argo. "It 1ms the heaviest street car traf fic of any Mrcet outside tho loop dis trict. "Wo expect to grow so fast that we'll soon bo receiving Invitations from Chicago to bo nnnexed for wo arc just outside tho city limits." John M. Collins, formerly chief of police under Mayor Dunne nnd now deputy sheriff under Sheriff Zlmmcr, (lied mandamus proceedings In tho Circuit Court In which ho charged that ho hnd been wrongfully removed from u pollco captaincy by Chief of Pollco Shippy when that official was nppolntcd by former Mayor Iiusso. Mayor Harrison left on Monday for tho Huron Mountains nt Dig Day, Mich., whero he will stay during tho entire month of August unless ho Is called back to tho city by some tin foicsccn happening. Dcforo going tho Mayor signed all tnc ordinances passed at tho last ses sion of tho Council except tho Hark lar. saloon amendment nnd tho ordln r.r.co under which tho Chicago Postal Pneumatic Tubo Company was to operate. Commenting on the signing of tho roller towel ordinnnco bo said: "I would llko to seo an ordlnanco proposed that will do nway with tho chained soap. Anything I hato to do worso than anything clso is to go Into a washroom In n hotel nnd hnvo to use a cake of soap chained up ns though the proprietor was afraid It would escape." "I am not," ho said when asked if he intended studying tho plans for tho subway or outer harbor during his vacation. "I nm going to rend a couplo of pamphlets on tho deep wa terways questions at tho request of a friend, but I hardly think my atten tion will bo welded to them if I get tho bite of n three-pound trout." Methods of export accountants by which they detormino whether tho af fairs of n city aro honestly conducted nnd whether a public sorvlco corpor ation can afford to lower its rates will bo shown at tho International Municipal Congress and Exposition at tho Coliseum in Soptomber, Her bert Sands, director of tho Chicago Bureau or Public Efficiency is making plans for a booth with exhibits show ing how his offlco does Its work. As u result of a tour of inspection at night by Mayor Harrison along the rlvor docks, tho city's campaign against tho smoko nuisance was given fresh Impetus on Tuesday, when tho announcement was mado that inspect ors from tho smoko bureau havo been assigned to work on tho Chicago River nt night and on Sundays nnd holidays. The Mayor, who mado his tour of The Boat That's Different Great Whaleback Steamship Columbus has four broad shady decks, carries 4,000 people. Lots of room for them all. You see the shore all the way, enjoy the music, eat when you like in an excellent cafe, and bs com fortablc, jjoiner to MILWAUKEE and Back, $1 Leave 9:30 I3very Morning Night Boat 8:1S Every Day Sa,ut$a;z';hSunday Afternoons 2 o'clock, except Fri. and Sun. DtKlu. foot of Michigan Phoac Mela 4495 QERAQHTY & CO. Badges ana Buttons, Muslin end Oilcloth Signs 6t LmSllm Strtrt, tho river docks a few nights beforo go ing on his vacation, found tho boilers of boats engaged in "moonlight excur sion" business sent forth Immense quantities of blnck smoko from fun nels In whoso slindows a number of young couples wero "spooning." Ho noticed that tho wreaths of smoko also swept down upon tho bridges at Rush, State, Dearborn and Clark Streets, nnd rendered these streets Impnssablo nt times. Convinced that tho excursionists and others wero not getting n "squnro deal," tho Mayor wrote a letter to Os born Monnctt, superintendent of tho city's smoke offlco. Tho order resulted. a nnnncini report oi city oil In spector James A. Qulnn, for July, shows that 00,511 barrels of oil were Inspected, or 8,775 more than wero inspectd in July, 1910. Tho totul re ceipts from Inspection wero 3,C30.CC and tho net receipts $2,198.11. Arthur W. Fulton, the popular law yer and former alderman, la In line for nomination by the Republicans for Judge of the Superior Court. Every dog in Chicago should be either muzzled or shot. Carl E. Forsburg, the popular North Sldo teaming man, Is being backed tv his many friends and admirers for al derman in the Twenty-second ward next year. Nicholas R. Finn, tho well known attorney and former alderman, would prove a popular candidate on tho Democratic Superior Court Judgeship ticket this fall. Albert J. Hopkins will be ono of tho real leaders In tho big fight next yoar. Tho able former United States Sena tor has moro friends to-day than ho ever had and cveryono of them is with him to n standstill. olid go Edward Osgood Drown has earned ft high plnco In tho estimation of tho people of Chlcngo by his grand record on tho bench. Albert Hahno, tho popular former aldorman from the Twenty-fourth ward, is being boomed by many of his friends for County Commissioner next year. Many Republicans nro urging tho nomination of Hnynic R. Pearson, tho well known nttorncy, for ono of tho nominations for Superior Court Judge. Hans Luchow, tho well known west ern mnnnger for August Luchow, en joys a well earned popularity among Chicago's leading business men. John P. McQoorty's long and clean record as u public official, a lawyer and a citizen makes his candidacy for circuit Court Judge a popular ono. Col. James Hamilton I.owis for United States Sonator sounds good to tho Democratic rank and filo through out tho state. W. D. Munhall, tho woll known and highly respected attorney, would prove u strong cnndldate for Superior Court Judge this fall. HOME OAMES OF THE WHITBSOX . American League Ball Grounds. Comiskoy Park, 36th and Wentworth avenue. August 13, 14, 15, 16 with Detroit August 17, 18, 19 with Philadelphia. August 20, 21, 22 with Washington. August 24, 25, 28 with New Tort. August 27, 28, 29 with Boston. September 1, 2, 3 with Cleveland. September 10 with St. Louis. October 2, 3 with St. Louis. October 0. 7. 8 with Cleveland. 10 o'clock Sundays Ave. City TkWet Offlca. 101 Adams !t Chlugo, 111. jl" ,M''V .1 Ahff 4a. -V - y .Vft .'-irU ggEtftttVrfaalslsa